How to Top Up your Telenor Airtime through online platforms

As we experience a nationwide lockdown, and suspension of activities to curtail the spread of COVID-19, most financial transactions have gone online. Telenor Pakistan customers and users of all other networks have a number of channels through which they can top-up their mobile balances. Here’s a list:

Easypaisa

In light of the recent turn of events, social distancing and self-isolation are being regarded as the most effective deterrents for countering the spread of Coronavirus. Mobile financial solutions like Easypaisa are providing ease for users to ‘Stay Home’ and keep themselves safe. Here are steps on how you can top-up your mobile balance (for any network) using the Easypaisa app.

  • Download the app from AppStore or Google Play Store
  • Sign up
  • In the main menu, select “Easyload/Bundles”
  • Tap on “Prepaid Topup”
  • Enter the relevant details and select “Proceed”

Customers can easily add credit to their Easypaisa account by directly transferring funds from their bank accounts. The application allows customers to create their preferred data bundles directly through it.

Easypaisa account holders can also dial *786# and select option 2 for Mobile Load & Bundle.

Digital Banking Solutions

Here is a complete guide for users to top up their mobile balances using digital banking platforms:

Standard Chartered Breeze App

  • Log in to the app using your username and password
  • Select ‘Move’
  • Select ‘My Bills’
  • Select your number to be topped up – in case its not added, select ‘Add Payee’ and follow process
  • Enter the top up amount and make the payment

Standard Chartered Online

  • Log in to your account
  • Click on ‘Payments’
  • Select Bill Payee to ‘Mobile Company’
  • Select Bill Payee Name i.e. the name of your cellular operator
  • Enter mobile number
  • Enter verification codes to add the number
  • Enter the top up amount and make the payment

HBL Mobile App

  • Login to the app on your smartphone
  • Select ‘Pay’
  • Tap ‘Make a New Payment’
  • Choose ‘Mobile top up’
  • Select the network carrier you want to recharge
  • Enter mobile number
  • Add top up amount and make the payment

Alfa App

  • Log on to Alfa App
  • Select ‘Mobile Top up’ from Main Menu
  • Choose ‘Telenor’ and enter details
  • Click on ‘Pay Now’ and top up your mobile on the go!

Bank Alfalah Internet Banking

  • Log on to Bank Alfalah Internet Banking
  • Select ‘Services’ > ‘Payments’ > ‘Mobile’
  • Choose ‘Telenor’ and enter details deem suitable
  • Click on ‘Pay Now’ and top up your mobile on the go!

Many other banks provide online mobile top up services through the digital banking application or internet banking website. Customers can add beneficiaries to increase their convenience when recharging mobile balances for themselves or their loved ones.

If you don’t have access to your bank’s online portals, there are a host of other avenues that you can benefit from to top up your Telenor mobile balance. Here are a few:

Careem Pay

Careem Pakistan provides a diverse range of services to its users including the facility to manage their financial transactions without having to leave the safety of their homes. To use the recharge facility through Careem Pay, follow these steps:

  • Update to the latest version of the Careem app on Android
  • Open the Careem PAY Wallet screen
  • Tap on ‘Mobile Recharge’
  • Enter or select from your contact list the mobile number that you’d like to recharge
  • Select or enter the recharge amount
  • Confirm payment

Daraz.pk

Telenor customers can also recharge their mobile balance using the Daraz app. Here’s how:

  • Open Daraz App
  • Go to ‘Digital Sahulat’
  • Click on ‘Mobile Recharge’
  • Put your number and select ‘Telenor’
  • Select your recharge type
  • Insert code TOPUP10 to avail 10% discount

These are trying times but in the midst of all precautionary measures, it is important to stay connected and aware of the surroundings. We are provided with a complete solution from Telenor Pakistan to stay in the safety of our homes and use our mobile phones to keep us connected to the world. Let’s acknowledge our responsibility and “Stay Home” for our families, those around us and for the future of our country.

 

 

 

 

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